Busters Gate - garden City Texas - Saturday, April 16, 2016
Morning 64 Degrees, Wind SE 5 & gusting to 11 Mph, Humidity 78%, partly sunny.
Afternoon 83 Degrees, Wind SE 5 & gusting to 14 Mph, Humidity 78%, mostly cloudy.
A front moved thru late afternoon, I was in Big Spring doing shopping for groceries when my wife texted me with the report of high wind and hard rain at Buster. A few minutes latter it was there in town. On my drive returning to Buster there were a few places where there was flooding of the road, water draining out of the fields, and no markers at this location. Another place there was leaves blown off and turned the road green. Three electric transformers were on a platform between two poles were off the platform and on the ground. Another place a small shed was blown down and into pieces strewn over the ground. One place there was slush from hail on the road I was traveling. In some places there were markers on the sholer for indicating water level, they were all not indicating any flooding.
Sand trucks were busy here today loading the Frac equipment for a Monday morning start of the fracing job at the new location. More equipment moved out of the first site all this kept me busy between the two gates. The sand trucks all tried to enter the first gate and I signed them in then had them backup and enter the other gate to get to the unload area for Monday’s frac.
Thought for the Day:
“I’m an excellent housekeeper. Every time I get a divorce, I keep the house.” – Zsa Zsa Gabor